This bar-restaurant feels like something from the Wild West, but the food is actually pretty good. Choose from fish, chicken or beef in a variety of sauces served with all the usual extras.
On the road into town, serving good steaks and comida típica (regional specialties) under a huge thatched roof beside a fantastic swimming pool.
This place out on the main highway has an excellent selection of steaks served in a friendly thatched-roof setting.
A beachfront eatery serving breakfast as well as lunchtime specials like ceviche, seafood stew and seafood risotto. There's also a children's menu. The cuisine and service are hit or miss, but the sunset views are s…
The original (and still the best, many say) quesillo spot in town is found right at the entrance to the city (conveniently close to the bus stop). It's usually open from 10am through to early evening but the hours c…
Pull up a handcrafted wooden stool and dine under the traditional pottery hanging from the ceiling in this popular grill restaurant west of Parque Central. There are your standard fritanga (grill) options as well as…
Sample cheap and filling Nicaraguan dishes while checking out village life at this simple diner.
Traditional Nicaraguan food, mountain views, kid-friendly amenities and live music on weekends make this family-friendly restaurant a great roadside stop.
Go upscale here with a standard menu of grilled meat, fish and chicken. The comida corriente (set meal) is a bargain at US$1.50 and you can check your email at the adjacent internet cafe (US$0.70 per hour).
Serves Nica standards near the sanctuary.